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Can't find LAN address on etopia 3347

Been fighting this thing for days trying to get it to push traffic through a Check Point firewall. Changed the LAN IP address to match the original internal subnet (172.20.32.33) and now it won't show itself at all.
I'm guessing I must have mistyped the address. There is no USB port on it so there is no way that I can see to get back in without having to go through ATT support.

Anyone know a way?

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You can make the lan ips what ever you want them to be. The way you get thru firewalls, which on the router is NAT, is to set up mapping from your WAN ip to the LAN one you creat.

if you are saying instead, that you put the netopia in bridgemode, and are passing all the ips thru the router to the Check Point firewall you have set up behind it, then you need to configure your firewall correctly.

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